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Weird video, alchemists, Pagan cemeteries and good magicians

By Psyche | May 9, 2009 | Print This Post | E-mail This Post | Comments Off

Saturday Signal on Plutonica.net Hey, kids! Remember this?

Saturday Signal is ahrfoundation.org’s weekly round up of neat stuff found on the occult Internet. Though as it’s been on hiatus for a bit, I’ve decided to highlight a few nifty things you may’ve missed in that time.

As it was in the past, so shall it remain: if you find something weird, cool or otherwise noteworthy, please e-mail me about it. If you’re pro-promotion, include your name and website for extra credit. Thanks!

So, let’s see what we’ve got this week… Continue reading »

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ahrfoundation.org Erisian Haiku Contest: Win a free book!

By Psyche | May 7, 2008 | Print This Post | E-mail This Post | 18 Comments

Erisian Haiku ContestLast year for Agnostica ahrfoundation.org ran a contest where subscribers could win an Agnostica box. This time we’re running an Erisian Haiku Contest for Eris Day and the prize is Kaostar!, a written by Francis Breakspear.

Eris Day

Eris is the Greek goddess of chaos and discord. Today, she’s mostly remembered as the goddess who tossed the golden apple into a party she was not invited to which ultimately instigated the Trojan War. Discordians, by and large, take a decidedly lighter view of her than the ancient Greeks, and revel in her mischief. The Principia Discordia is her primary text.

Eris Day was declared to be May 23rd by Discordians as Continue reading »

100 Years of Fringe Religion: Thelema, Discordianism, Wicca, Satanism and…Atheism?

By Psyche | November 5, 2007 | Print This Post | E-mail This Post | 12 Comments

I was putting together a timeline for another essay when something occurred to me. Various religions that started as fringe have grown and expanded over the years, many becoming legitimate in the eyes of the mainstream (or at least, approaching legitimacy), but somewhere along the line we seem to have run out of steam. Continue reading »